Edward T. Lowe quotes

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That's why I've come to you, to seek release from a curse of misery and horror against which I'm powerless to fight alone.
He's indestructible. Frankenstein's creation is man's challenge to the laws of life and death.
You must put fear out of your mind. Confront it with the belief that the past is over with, that a new life lies ahead.
He was made bit by bit, piece by piece. The undying monster. The triumphant climax of Frankenstein's genius.
I have lifted the veil. I have created life, wrested the secret of life from life. Now do you understand? From the lives of those ...
Mad? Is one who has solved the secret of life to be considered mad?
There are many strange happenings, my boy. Many mysteries beyond the power of the human mind to comprehend.
Until that time comes I'll live a thousand hopes, die a thousand times.
It's a thing of violence, to whom death would be a merciful release.
He never works and never bathes, and yet he appears well fed always.... Well, what does he live on then?
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